Interview with Former German Army Chief: 'I No Longer See Any Military Point' in Conscription

24th August 2010, Comments 0 comments

Germany, one of the last European countries with a draft, is considering ending its compulsory military service. The current defense minister wants to abolish it to save money. In an interview, retired General Klaus Naumann, the former chief of staff of the German armed forces, discusses what a professional army would mean for his country.

0 Comments To This Article